On Tuesday, the Cuban artist Tania Bruguera managed to participate in the virtual Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy.
Lawyers for the candidates Arturo Cruz and Cristiana Chamorro have not yet been able to communicate with their clients, still incommunicado.
“We’re working on a shoestring, but above all with the conviction that the least we journalists can do is to remain firmly behind the truth.”
The signatures on its walls that made the “La Bodeguita del Medio” bar stand out from other tourist spots in Cuba have been deleted. Why?
Peruvians face two populists, espousing opposite positions. Their dilemma symbolizes the drama of democracy in Latin America.
Bruguera said the group that arrived at her house didn’t even know what Instar is. “It was an alert… something very strange, a threat.”
Presidential candidate Cristiana Chamorro has been under house arrest, held incommunicado and under strong police surveillance, since June 2.
Ortega is preparing the ground for an electoral fraud by eliminating competitive candidates and fanning the flames of opposition divisionism.
The perimeter of the house of presidential candidate Cristiana Chamorro remains surrounded by Ortega’s Special Operations officers.
The petition asks for mechanisms to be put into place so that Cubans living abroad can travel to the island and deliver these products.